Proponents of the Holocaust story claim that the mass murder of Jews was planned in detail by the National Socialist government at the Wannsee conference in 1942.
Yet, like everything else associated with the alleged Holocaust story, once studied openly, the truth of the Wannsee Conference is considerably different to the propaganda.
- The Wannsee meeting and its minutes do not contain a master plan to kill Jews;
- Nowhere in the meeting's minutes is genocide discussed, planned, proposed or even suggested; - The Wannsee meeting never discussed gas chambers, shootings or any of the fantasies propagated by the exterminationists;
- The Wannsee Minutes reported that there were only 4.5 million Jews under German control (yet 4.3 million Jewish compensation claims have been lodged against the post war German government);
- The Wannsee meeting was a planning meeting on how Europe's Jews should be deported, via transit camps, to the East; with able bodied Jews being forced to build roads and other labor intensive tasks in those regions;
- The Wannsee conference also made allowance for specific exceptions to Jewish evacuation, such as Jewish German World War One veterans; ALL Jews over the age of 65; and ALL Jews working in industries vital to the German war effort, to be released from the threat of evacuation and be allowed to stay in Germany.
There is therefore, no justification for the allegation that the Wannsee Conference was a master plan for mass murder' and the media, Holocaust institutions and reference books which claim this, are simply lying.
First published in 2011 as “Tale Tales from the German Woods: The Myth of the Wannsee Conference,” this book contains a full English translation of the entire Wannsee Protocol, and a full set of the German original for comparison purposes.